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Marketing on the Internet, word-of-mouth marketing, relationship marketing, reputation defense, public relations and other aspects of marketing products and services. Particularly online marketing, marketing for real estate agents and small business marketing for entrepreneurs.

Increases in Show Me Marketing Techniques

Like.com - Another Step In Visual Online Marketing

The visual aspects of online marketing are growing as quickly as video streams and video podcasts. One of the coolest incarnations of this in a retail format is a visual “comparative” search engine. Surprisingly enough… I used it to search for that perfect bag.

I burned a good two hours of precious sleep time, but found that the set up was easy to use, enjoyable and quite comprehensive (I saw bags from several different angles, including the inside dividers, pockets and organizational highlights).

Now, I’m not a person who usually enjoys shopping… so the fact that this kept me happy while looking for that danged elusive bag, is really saying something. You should take a peek yourself… (Pssst…they sell more than just bags)…

Hourly Rate or Project Rate for Writing Services — Which is Best?

I got an email today from a fellow writer who asked if she should offer project rates or standard hourly rates for her copywriting services. Some of her potential clients had been advised by a real estate coach to always get per-project rates. She asked for my advice.

For anyone who plans to hire a writer, you may want to consider the following, before signing on the dotted line:

Google Going Nuts

Google’s most recent update, dubbed “Big Daddy” has left the folks over at SearchEngineWatch.com complaining and comparing horror stories. And they are not alone…

Superbowl Ads ( or Superbowl Adds ) in Online Searches

I’ve had so many hits lately on searches for “Superbowl Adds” that hit this site since my blog on the local MSN video search entitled “Wanna Watch the Superbowl XL from the Sky?? Local Live Adds Detroit to the City List” went live. Since it’s so easy to hit that “d” twice on a keyboard, I decided to help those visitors looking for Superbowl ads. Here’s where you can view them online or… on your iPod (of course!)…